Thaïs Blume

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Thaïs Blume
Premios Goya 2018 - Thais Blume.jpg
At the 32nd Goya Awards in 2018
Born (1984-09-19) 19 September 1984 (age 35)
Barcelona, Spain
Years active2008–present

Thaïs Blume (born 19 September 1984) is a Spanish actress. She debuted on television in 2008 with Sin tetas no hay paraíso, and is also known for playing Mati on El Príncipe.


The role that catapulted Thaïs Blume to fame was, practically, that of her debut. Between 2008 and 2009 she played Cristina on the Telecinco drama Sin tetas no hay paraíso. She put herself in the shoes of Cristina, an erotic film actress, during the three seasons that the series was broadcast.[1]

In 2009 she starred in the film Luna Caliente with Eduard Fernández. It is an adaptation of the homonymous novel by Argentine writer Mempo Giardinelli directed by Vicente Aranda. In it, she played Ramona, a young woman who is immersed in an irrational mutual attraction with Juan (Fernández), a friend of her father who raped her.[2]

In 2010 she returned to television with a leading role in the Cuatro series Valientes [es]. Blume played Isabel in a story of drama and revenge, in which she shared scened with Belinda Washington [es] and Marta Milans [es] among others.[3]

A year later, at the end of this, the Barcelona actress joined the cast of the second season of the series Hispania, la leyenda [es], where she played Gaia, a young slave who has served the Sulpicio family throughout her life.[4] Blume also appeared on the spinoff Imperium [es], playing the same character.[5]

Also in 2011 Blume joined the cast of the second season of the TVE series Gran Reserva [es], where she played Lorena, a waitress who falls in love with Daniel Reverte (Ricard Sales [es]). Blume made an appearance in the first chapter of the third season that served to close her participation in the series.[6]

In 2012, the film 88 [es] was shot, directed by the actor Jordi Mollà and starring Rubén Ochandiano and Beatriz Montañés.[7]

In 2014 she made appearances in chapters of series such as Los misterios de Laura and Kubala, Moreno i Manchón [es].[8] Also that year she joined the recurring cast of the TV3 series 39+1 [es], where she played Paula, a young journalist of the magazine where the story is set. It is an adaptation of the homonymous novel by Catalan writer Sílvia Soler [es], in which she shared the screen with Agnès Busquets, Julio Manrique [es], and Silvia Abril among others.[9]

Also in 2014 she joined the production of Telecino's El Príncipe, set in the Ceuta town of El Príncipe, a neighborhood of the city Príncipe Alfonso. Blume played Mati during the series' two seasons, an intelligent and brave policewoman who knows how to handle herself in a hostile world of men.[10]

In 2016 she joined the fifth season of the after-dinner series Amar es para siempre [es], broadcast on Antena 3. There she played Nuria Salgado Sanz, a young lawyer who maintains a close relationship with Jaime Novoa Feijó (Javier Pereira).[11]




  1. ^ "Thaïs Blume, así es la más lanzada de las chicas de 'Sin tetas no hay paraíso'" [Thaïs Blume, the Most Promoted of the Girls from 'Sin tetas no hay paraíso']. Periodista Digital blogs (in Spanish). 27 October 2008. Retrieved 29 July 2018.
  2. ^ Maldivia, Beatriz. "'Luna caliente', la violencia crea monstruos" ['Luna caliente', Violence Creates Monsters]. Espinof (in Spanish). Retrieved 29 July 2018.
  3. ^ Caño, Beatriz (4 December 2009). "Cuatro presenta a sus Valientes" [Cuatro Presents its Valientes]. Telelocura (in Spanish). Retrieved 29 July 2018.
  4. ^ "Iván Sánchez, Juana Acosta, Thais Blume y Ana Rujas nuevos en 'Hispania'". El Mundo (in Spanish). Madrid. 19 February 2011. Retrieved 29 July 2018.
  5. ^ "Antena 3 comienza el rodaje de 'Imperium'" [Antena 3 Starts Shooting 'Imperium']. ABC (in Spanish). 14 March 2012. Retrieved 29 July 2018.
  6. ^ Hernández, Nuria (23 September 2010). "Thais Blume, nuevo fichaje en 'Gran Reserva' junto a Yon González" [Thaïs Blume, New Signing on 'Gran Reserva' Together with Yon González]. Qué! (in Spanish). Retrieved 29 July 2018.
  7. ^ "Thäis Blume considera 'un lujo' rodar bajo la dirección de Jordi Mollá" [Thäis Blume Considers it 'a Luxury' to be Filmed Under the Direction of Jordi Mollá]. El Comercio (in Spanish). Gijón. EFE. 23 November 2012. Retrieved 29 July 2018.
  8. ^ "Laura Lebrel investiga un asesinato cometido en el transcurso de un vuelo, el martes en 'Los misterios de Laura'" [Laura Lebrel Investigates a Murder Committed in the Course of a Flight, Tuesday on 'Los misterios de Laura'] (in Spanish). RTVE. 9 February 2014. Retrieved 29 July 2018.
  9. ^ "Silvia Abril, Marta Torné y Thaïs Blume, juntas en '39+1', la nueva apuesta de ficción de Diagonal TV" [Silvia Abril, Marta Torné, and Thaïs Blume, Together on '39+1', Diagonal TV's New Fiction Venture] (in Spanish). Fórmula TV. 22 April 2014. Retrieved 29 July 2018.
  10. ^ "José Coronado y Thais Blume protagonizan la serie 'El Príncipe'" [José Coronado and Thais Blume Star in the Series 'El Príncipe']. Diario de León (in Spanish). Madrid. EFE. 26 January 2013. Retrieved 29 July 2018.
  11. ^ Silvestre, Juan. "El cambio radical de Thaïs Blume en 'Amar es para siempre': 'Por fin soy la buena del cuento'" [The Radical Change of Thaïs Blume on 'Amar es para siempre': 'I Am Finally the Good One in the Story']. Diez Minutos (in Spanish). Retrieved 29 July 2018.

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